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04-06-2011, 08:28 AM
We are pleased to announce the availability of the PV-WAVE 9.50a patch release. The content of this release includes:

New PV-WAVE Functionality
Widget tabbing has been enabled for Microsoft Windows.
!TAB_WIN - This system variable has been added to support tabbing for Wave Widgets.

Updated PV-WAVE Functionality
WhereIn Function - Documented the Outall keyword.
The Tab_WinOff keyword has been added to the following routines:

WwToolBox Function
WwButtonBox Function
WwRadioBox Function
WwText Function
WwDrawing Function
WwControlsBox Function
WwList Function
WtSet Function - Added the Tab_Win keyword.
WwDrawing Function - Added the Tab_WinOff keyword and updated the Noscroll keyword for tab navigation.
WwSetValue Function - Added the Tab_Win keyword.
SET_OMP Procedure - Modified the File and Auto keywords.
OMPTUNE Procedure - This routine now works on any OpenMP-enabled platform. Modified the Nrep keyword.
Updated OpenMP Chapter - OpenMP now includes automatic thread control for UNIX.

Additionally, the following Change Requests (CRs) have been addressed as part of the release:

PV-WAVE v9.50a Closed CRs
CR Number ----- Title

PVW-8378 (001-00-017939) ----- Memory leak when using LISTs in a system variable
PVW-8686 (001-00-017943) ----- Memory leak with unnamed structures with EXECUTE()
PVW-8744 (001-00-003209, 03668-032902) ----- Add ability to tab between interfaces on Windows
PVW-8867 ----- OMPTUNE - tune with dynamic threading on Windows
PVW-8870 ----- OMPINIT - post process Linux tuning to enable automatic thread switching
PVW-8872 ----- XmlDocDump reports "Output record is greater than 80 characters." error
PVW-8875 ----- OMPTUNE - add Monotonic keyword and improve non-element-wise tuning
PVW-8935 ----- SAVE command fails when called from a shell script on 64-bit Linux
PVW-8988 ----- Color Printing problems
PVW-9007 ----- Use new Windows file dialogs

The patch files have been placed on our FTP site for download. The files contain only the patches, and you must have installed PV-WAVE v9.50 prior to installing the v9.50a patch. Your existing license file is valid for the patch release. You may access the files using the standard ftp commands from the command line at ftp.roguewave.com or through your browser at http://ftp.roguewave.com/WebInterface/login.html.

These files will be available until 08/30/2011.

When accessing the site you will be asked for the UserName and Password below. Once you have logged-in, you can download your files.
UserName: pvwave950apatch
Password: PVW950aPatch

To get directly to the files, click here (http://ftp.roguewave.com/1302098061135).

As always, if you have any questions about PV-WAVE in general or this patch release specifically, we?re available to answer those questions. Our contact information is here (http://www.roguewave.com/support/contact-support.aspx).

Cheers, Don B.

Rogue Wave Software, Inc.
5500 Flatiron Parkway, Suite 200, Boulder, CO 80301

04-07-2011, 02:07 AM

None of these links appear to work. Always seem to get "Invalid Response" from roguewave server(s). Any clues?

Dave Mattinson

04-07-2011, 09:46 AM
Hi Dave,
I just tried it again from both internal and external machines and it works for me. Maybe try again?

06-21-2011, 10:34 AM
Hum! This is odd. Provide a patch for only one month. See "until" date. Furthermore, trying to login to the ftp site with the login info provided results in an unauthenticated user error. Why hide the patch?

06-22-2011, 08:30 AM
Hello egcp,

Our apologies for your delayed access to the PV-WAVE 9.50a patch files.

We certainly are not trying to hide patches. As you're likely aware, we are in the middle of consolidating a number of areas related to the Rogue Wave Software web site; and the manner is which we make products and patch files available to our customers has changed. We are not done yet so your comment on the accessibility is timely and welcome!

The FTP download account for this patch has been extended. You can use the link in the orignal post to obtain the patch. I'll edit the 'until' date of the post so others don't encounter the same issue. Remember that you can always contact Software Support (pvwavesupport@roguewave.com); they'll be able to address any questions or concerns you might have related to PV-WAVE.

Thank you for bringing this to our attention!

Cheers, Don B.

06-24-2011, 03:49 PM
Thanks Don.

10-26-2013, 03:37 AM
i also agreed ecgp that... trying to login to the ftp site with the login info provided results in an unauthenticated user error. Why hide the patch?